Personal Insurance Blog
1. Drive with daytime or headlights on.
Because you can see, does not mean you are seen. Driving with lights on always reduces your risk of a two vehicle or motorcycle accident by over 10%.
If this was your first year using a real tree for the holidays, you might be wondering how to properly dispose of it.
For many families the kitchen is the heart of the home during the holidays, where the family gathers to enjoy one another’s company and indulge in a delicious meal!
Winter weather puts drivers at an increased risk of being in an accident or becoming stranded. Emergencies can happen to anyone. Whether you slip off a snowy road or fall victim to a dead battery, a car emergency kit can get you back on route quickly and safely.
Wife: “Honey, grab my favorite blanket, my fuzziest socks and a nice cup of cocoa; I’m absolutely freezing!”
Husband: Lugs in the space heater, plugs it in and turns it on. “Your blanket is in the wash, I can’t find your socks and we’re out of cocoa, this will have to do.”
Every year, thousands of people are injured while removing snow from their property. Depending on the tools used, or lack thereof, snow removal can feel like a daunting task.
Most of us spend our time cozied up inside throughout the winter longing for the warm weather to return! We run our homes in overdrive during cold weather. The more time we spend indoors, the more chances there are for a house fire to occur.
Christmas shopping has gotten easier over the years with the help of the internet! Who wants to drive in inclement weather, wait through long lines and tough through the traffic?
Temperatures are already dropping. Before you know it, we will be faced with stressful commutes through snow, ice and slush. Your tires are the boots of your vehicle, trucking through the vicious weather to get you to your destination safely.